PDX – a Business Weekly Killer50 company – has formed a dedicated subsidiary, DDX Solutions AG, through which it will work with KFT to deliver a series of innovative products starting this calendar year.
An exciting collaboration between Cambridge-based Antitope and Cellmid in Sydney promises to deliver a drug candidate to fight auto immune diseases and cancer.
Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Business Weekly have forged an alliance to promote the venture to potential relocators and collaborators internationally.
A partnership between celebrated Northampton engineering hothouse Cosworth and German bike manufacturer, Storck Radar, could lead to lucrative global sales of a new, high performance electric bike.
Think Product Design in Cambridge is expanding its services and reach through a new partnership with Singapore-based manufacturing and design consultancy Karuma.
The technology transfer team at Cambridge Enterprise – the University’s commercialisation arm – have filed a patent on behalf of the inventors and will be looking for commercial partners for the invention.
Ely-based company, Lumora is developing a new generation of molecular diagnostics based on its proprietary 'BART' technology, that are simple to use and affordable.
Power electronics trailblazer Amantys Ltd is seeking partner companies with a need for high reliability, medium or high voltage applications and higher efficiency.
42 Technology has developed a low cost, fully-automated and portable ice generator concept that could help cryotherapy become a routine treatment for anyone recovering from a sports injury or after major orthopaedic surgery, such as hip or knee replacement.
Broadcom and ARM have joined forces to leverage fresh market opportunities over the long haul.
A £3.8 million industrial research collaboration is set to have a significant impact on the worldwide aerospace industry by speeding up the production of composite materials.
Marshall Aerospace in Cambridge and aviation behemoth Lockheed Martin have created a new ‘superteam’ to boost the capability and longevity of C-130 aircraft.
Phytopharm Plc in Huntingdon has signed an agreement with Cambridge-based O2h under which O2h will provide chemistry and ADME services to support drug discovery initiatives at Phytopharm.
Selcia Limited, an Essex-based contract research organisation, has announced a new drug discovery collaboration agreement with Gilead Sciences, Inc. of California.
An exciting new Cambridge-India venture has been pioneered by Dr Shai Vyakarnam, director of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Cambridge University.
Fudan University in Shanghai is launching a Chinese hub of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research as part of a new partnership with the University of East Anglia (UEA).
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